With the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 not far off, fans overall are anxiously anticipating the competition’s beginning on October fifth in India. The competition opener is set to highlight an undeniably exhilarating conflict among Britain and New Zealand, both of whom were finalists in the past version of the competition.
As the cricketing scene gears up for this eagerly awaited occasion, previous India spinner Harbhajan Singh has offered his experiences and expectations in the four groups he accepts will get a spot in the elimination rounds.
Harbhajan terms Pakistan a typical side in 50-over design
Harbhajan, famous for his twist wizardry during his playing days, surveyed Pakistan’s possibilities in the ODI design, noticing that they succeed in T20 cricket however are somewhat less strong in the 50-over design. Talking on his YouTube channel, Harbhajan expressed, “People are saying Pakistan could advance to the semifinals but in the 50-over format, they are just average. They play good cricket in T20Is.”
Harbhajan’s main four semi-last picks
As opposed to his appraisal of Pakistan, Harbhajan unequivocally named India, Australia, Britain, and New Zealand as his four picks for the elimination rounds of the ODI World Cup 2023. These determinations highlight serious areas of strength for the ability and rich history of these cricketing goliaths.
“My fourth pick would be New Zealand. (India, Australia, England, New Zealand) are my four semifinalists for the World Cup,” added Bhajji.
India goes for the gold ODI World Cup Trophy
India, drove by Rohit Sharma, enters the competition with elevated standards and desires to proceed with the pattern of host groups getting triumph On the planet Cup. The last three versions have been won by the host countries: India in 2011, Australia in 2015, and Britain in 2019.
With their past triumph tracing all the way back to 2011 under the authority of MS Dhoni, India are anxious to end their ICC title dry season by getting their third ODI World Cup prize. The country’s cricket fans are overflowing with confidence as they anticipate the competition’s initiation.